Commentary 2018/19

2018 was a great year for Poland

2018 was a great year for Poland, especially due to the strong development and growth of the economy. 2019 will be make or break for some parties, as the opposition will stoop to everything to win the elections, writes Ryszard Kapuściński.

The passing year can be counted as one of the few good ones for Poles and Poland since 1989.

Despite furious attacks from the “total” opposition towards all the changes, which positively influenced the development and growth of our country’s economy, it was possible to maintain that growth at a record level: 5 percent year to year.

This is the great success of PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, who was able to dodge the obstacles put in his way by all those, who still feel best in a weak Poland, humiliated, whom no one in Europe and in the world respects. Yet the true challenge awaits us next year, when Poles will decide the existence of some parties. 

This is the great success of PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, who was able to dodge the obstacles put in his way by all those, who still feel best in a weak Poland, humiliated, whom no one in Europe and in the world respects

Fierce fight ahead

That is why we should expect furious attacks from the opposition towards anyone, who can threaten them. What they can do, we have already witnessed in the last three years. If we add the frontal assault of sympathetic to the opposition media, we can imagine what will be happening in a couple of months.

This will also be used by all those in the European Union, who will try to hide the revolt of their people against their inept rule with lies about Poland.

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